Freedom of religion or belief – Discrimination in enjoyment thereof – Municipality issuing two ordinances prohibiting ‘burqinis’ in swimming pools (no 99/2009) and anything preventing or hindering identification in all public areas (no 100/2009) – Exhibiting placards reading ‘wearing burqas, burqinis, or niqabs is forbidden in all public areas’ and depicting women wearing full veil accompanied by symbol of no parking – Association for legal studies on immigration (ASGI) and four private citizens suing municipality for discrimination based on ethnicity and religious belief and practices – Municipality revoking ordinance no 99/2009 and replacing challenged placards with placards reading ‘No face covering (without just cause)’ – Whether persons not directly affected by discrimination having legal standing – Whether court empowered to make declaratory judgment in respect of conduct which had already ceased – Whether general ban on face coverings (ordinance no 100/2009) discriminatory with respect to ethnicity or religion – Whether placards reading ‘No face covering (without just cause)’ discriminatory – Municipal ordinances no 99/2009, no 100/2009, and no 18/2014 – art 7.1 Directive 2000/43/CE – art 43 Legislative decree no 286/1998 – arts 1, 2, and 5.3 Legislative decree no 215/2003 – art 5 Law. no 152/75 – Home office decree 23 April 2007.

Tribunale di Torino : sez. I civile : ordinanza 4 aprile 2014 = Court of Turin : Civil Section: 14 April 2014 / C. Cianitto, M. Tirabassi. - In: THE OXFORD JOURNAL OF LAW AND RELIGION. - ISSN 2047-0770. - 4:1(2015), pp. 165-167. [10.1093/ojlr/rwu054]

Tribunale di Torino : sez. I civile : ordinanza 4 aprile 2014 = Court of Turin : Civil Section: 14 April 2014

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Freedom of religion or belief – Discrimination in enjoyment thereof – Municipality issuing two ordinances prohibiting ‘burqinis’ in swimming pools (no 99/2009) and anything preventing or hindering identification in all public areas (no 100/2009) – Exhibiting placards reading ‘wearing burqas, burqinis, or niqabs is forbidden in all public areas’ and depicting women wearing full veil accompanied by symbol of no parking – Association for legal studies on immigration (ASGI) and four private citizens suing municipality for discrimination based on ethnicity and religious belief and practices – Municipality revoking ordinance no 99/2009 and replacing challenged placards with placards reading ‘No face covering (without just cause)’ – Whether persons not directly affected by discrimination having legal standing – Whether court empowered to make declaratory judgment in respect of conduct which had already ceased – Whether general ban on face coverings (ordinance no 100/2009) discriminatory with respect to ethnicity or religion – Whether placards reading ‘No face covering (without just cause)’ discriminatory – Municipal ordinances no 99/2009, no 100/2009, and no 18/2014 – art 7.1 Directive 2000/43/CE – art 43 Legislative decree no 286/1998 – arts 1, 2, and 5.3 Legislative decree no 215/2003 – art 5 Law. no 152/75 – Home office decree 23 April 2007.
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